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in last night's debate. congressman ryan made it very clear that he and romney are prepared to impose their private to views on everyone else. it was made clear last night that they do not believe in protecting a woman's access to healthcare it was made very clear that they do not believe a woman has the right to control her own body. >> republican presidential candidate mitt romney and paul rai campaign together in lancaster ohio one of the key battleground states for the election no republican has won the office without an ohio ryan said the democrats are not offering any new ideas with president barack obama saying more of the same. every now and then i see these obama rallies into their chanting four more years our chair is four more weeks all right? we are getting ready for a change. both romney and president barack obama now have to get ready for debate no. 2 that happens this coming tuesday in new york it will take the form of a town hall meeting citizens in the audience will ask questions of the candidates on both foreign and domestic issues. 14 year-old was shot in head and
's presidential debate. where mitt romney was widely viewed as the winner over barack obama. both sides say they're ready. >>i know how he will attack us. >>i think joe just needs to be joe. ryan is a smart and effective speaker. his ideas are the wrong ones. though biden is considered more experienced than ryan. political analysts say the vice president must avoid making one of his well-documented gaffes that end up distracting from the message. an issue that's sure to come up at tonight's debate is federal funding of amtrak. the company gets roughly one- point-four billion dollars a year in federal subsidies and counts vice president biden as one of its biggest supporters. biden has made more than 79- hundred round trips from wilmington, delaware to washington, d-c during his time on capitol hill. ryan's budget plan cuts federal subsides for amtrak and high speed rail projects. republicans favor privatizing the industry instead. national polls have the race for president in a dead heat but the president can still count on support in illinois. in a new tribune wgn-tv poll 55 percent of illi
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